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Keith Day

18/12/2014
General-Practice

Whitings General Practice e-Newsletter: Dec-14 
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Kelly Brown

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Payroll

Employee Holiday Pay: New considerations and action points.
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Philip Peters

15/12/2014
Property-Investors

Let Property - New Energy Performance Standards.
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Philip Peters

4/12/2014
Private-Client-Tax

2014 Autumn Statement: Tax changes & Whitings commentary.
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Amanda Newman

27/11/2014
Start-Ups

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  • Top 10 Tax Elections to Minimise Tax

    Traditionally, tax planning is the service clients most like to receive from us and it is the most satisfying service for us to deliver. A tax election is the treatment specifically claimed by the tax...

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  • Exit Planning

    If you own and run a business that you do not intend to pass on to the 'next generation' or liquidate, then, one day, you will have to exit this business. Exit planning is the process by which you pla...

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  • Limited Company v Sole Trader

    > the tax comparison.   Minimising the tax paid on profits is a key aim of most SME businesses. The tax benefits of trading through a limited company, as compared to operating as a so...

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  • Company Pre Year End Planning

    Most companies can benefit from a pre year end planning review, to enable actions to be taken which influence the eventual financial results, including the associated corporation tax liability. The fi...

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  • Delay Payment of VAT to HMRC

    For most businesses, payment of the VAT liability is their biggest regular cash outflow. There are, however, legitimate actions which can be taken to delay the payment of this VAT to HMRC, allowing yo...

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  • Tax Loopholes for Middle England

    A "tax loophole" is a piece of seemingly over-generous tax legislation which can be followed to reduce or eliminate a tax liability. Examples of the most helpful and generous tax loopholes still curre...

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  • Protect Valuable Assets from Business Risks

    Once clients have built up a successful business, their focus will naturally evolve from business development to protecting the valuable they have buily up from the risks associated with running ...

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  • Tax Efficient Remuneration

    As tax rules continually change, business owner remuneration needs to be continually reviewed and re-structured to remain tax efficient. When undertaking such a review for clients, we would typically ...

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  • Cloud Accounting Software Review for SME Businesses

    Cloud accounting is the new way for SME businesses to maintain their book-keeping records. Accounting software is hosted and delivered over the internet, allowing live data to be accessed from an...

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  • Tax Free Benefits in Kind

    Tightening of payroll legislation over recent years has resulted in the current situation where most 'perks' of employment are subject to income tax and, often, both primary and secondary national ins...

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  • Continually Minimise IR35 Risk

    For those limited company contractors that provide knowledge based services, structuring their affairs to minimise IR35 tax risk and make sure that they are not 'caught' by the IR35 tax rules is an on...

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    How to obtain CIS gross payment status - most subcontractors/contractors are aware of the term ‘gross payment status’, however, they still choose to allow their customer to deduct 20% CIS ...

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    The end of the personal tax year, on 5th April, brings into focus the various ways in which tax may be saved by the individual. Many of the ideas listed below can be put into effect at any time d...

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